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  • Brad Abrams

    C# Quiz: Will that compile? [Answer]

    Some good comments on my recent quiz . Many of you are hitting on the right thing… The answer is no, this will not compile as is. This is because in V2.0 we added a new constructor to Thread that allows you to pass a ParameterizedThreadStart delegate...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    IOD: New Blogger Alert/Feed on MSDN

    I'm going to soon be unsubscribing from a lot of blogs. The number of Microsoft blogs has gotten insane and trying to keep up with the main feed is next to impossible. I'm going to start being selective, but I'd still like to know when a new blogger comes...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Pocket PC/Smartphone customization ?

    Question: if you have a Pocket PC or Smartphone device, how many of you have customized the Today/Home screen ? – if so, what software did you use to customize the UI ? – what customization features are important to you, image rotation, image...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    "the biggest technology trends are the ones no one predicts"

    In a Seattle Times article , tech pundit Paul Andrews looks forward to 2005 ... "Year after year, the biggest technology trends are the ones no one predicts. So quickly does the field change that a blip on the radar can turn overnight into the asteroid...
  • Jason Barile - Testing Testing

    Paint.NET 2.0 released

    Paint.NET version 2.0 has been released . This is a freeware image manipulation package written entirely in C#. It originally started as a senior design project at Washington State University and has become a class project with several students contributing...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Windows XP Service Pack 2: The Inside Story

    An excellent article on how Windows XP SP2 was designed and built. A great many of us spent over a year on this puppy!

    Post #2

    In my last blog entry I said I would have another entry up by the end of the long weekend. Of course, that means that I will scramble to put something together late Sunday evening. Unfortunately I was waylaid (once again) by Tivo and the fact that it...
  • Inside Architecture

    On XML Models of Process

    XML is an interesting language, but is it a useful one for describing a process? We have multiple competing standards for workflow and collaboration. We have BPEL, XPDL, SWFL, XRL, XScufl, and custom XML workflow models developed for the XFlow, AntFlow...

    Windows XP Service Pack 2: The Inside Story

    Paul Thurrott has the inside story on XPSP2. Check it out here: Windows XP Service Pack 2: The Inside Story SuperSite readers will remember Todd Wanke as the guy who ran Microsoft's War Room for Windows Server 2003 (chronicled in Windows Server...
  • Australian Microsoft Recruitment Web Log

    A quick hello from my honeymoon.......

    Hello and Merry Christmas..... Phew it's all over.... well the wedding anyway - what an amazing day - and as you all suggested if went so quickly (thanks for all of the good wishes). As soon as I get back to work I’ll get someone to show me how to download...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    Paul Murphy is already having fun with the December Team System CTP

    Paul Murphy has already posted 3 posts on his experience so far with Team System: Team System December CTP -- I Team System December CTP -- II [Bringing up a Domain Controller] (there is a huge amount of detail in this one about how he configured his...
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    Indian Vacation

    I'm in India right now on vacation visiting extended family and friends. I've been here since the 20th and will be on vacation for the next few weeks. I have, almost, completely detached myself from work (haven't checked work email for the last 1+ week...
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